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COLTISHALL BREWERY Lot no. 50 in Coltishall Brewery sale 14th to 17th September 1841 (£920)
STEWARD & PATTESON Supplied as Freehouse during the year November 1841 to 1842
BULLARDS by 1863
LACONS as stated in letter dated 10.02.1932
WHITBREAD   
   FREEHOUSE by 1999
Licensees :
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MARTIN CRANE 1794
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GEORGE WATTS
age 50 in 1851
1836 - 1863
EDWARD HAMMOND
Age 45 in 1871
(Died Q3 1871)
11.10.1863 - 1871
Mrs MARY ANN HAMMOND
Age 65 in 1891
1871 - 1896
ROBERT HENRY SPINK
& baker, corn, flour & pollard merchant.
Chairman of Parish Council 
& Working Mens Conservative Association.
Age 38 in 1901
1900 - 1904
JOHN ROBERT RUDD
Age 38 in 1911
1908 - 1916
HERBERT HAMMOND 1922 to 1939
HERBERT EDWARD COPEMAN 02.10.1939
AMELIA DORIS COPEMAN 03.02.1941
HERBERT EDWARD COPEMAN 20.05.1946
FRANK WING 08.12.1952
DOUGLAS ALBERT BROWN 27.02.1956
to at least 1974
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FREDDIE & LINDA PACKHAM by 1995 to 04.1996
MARIE & TERRY DOW 04.1996 -
   
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Catfield Crown - 1999
1999

Advertised for sale 3rd September 1785 including One Acre of Land.

Lot no. 50 in sale by auction 14th to 17th September 1841 of the Coltishall Brewery. Copyhold sold to Mr. Unthank for the sum of £920.

The Entire Household Furniture, Beds, Bedding, Glass, China, Dairy and Kitchen Requisites, a very handsome Bay Pony, neat Pony Cart, Harness, small timber Jill and various Hand Implements, plus a small quantity of Oak Timber, &c., &c., the property of Mr. George Watts, were sold at the Crown Inn, Friday 9th October 1863, since he was retiring from business.

Temporary closure 1997 - Reopened May 1998

Catfield - 1999
1999

  Memories collected by Chris Holderness of Rig-a-Jig-Jig for the East Anglian Traditional Musical Trust.
The CH numbers refer to Chris's Archive on eatmt.org.
 
 


From 'Harry Cox and his Friends' by Chris Heppa     (CH B2-1-10a onwards)

Singers known to frequent the pub c1896 - 1960: Harry Cox, William 'Bullets' Miller, Jack 'Fruit' Riseborough, Bob 'Sky' Parker.